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G’town Woodworker/Woodcarver Day is July 30

By Martha Jacob –
The Courthouse Square Association, Inc. will once again be sponsoring this years  Woodwork-er/Woodcarver Day scheduled for Saturday, July 30 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on the courthouse lawn in Georgetown.
Carol Myers, Georgetown resident and member of the Courthouse Square Association, Inc, says she is really looking forward to this years show.
“This year marks our 7th year for this Woodworker/Woodcarver Day event,” Myers said, “and each year it gets better and better.
“Visitors can enjoy so much during this show including watching handcarvers up close and personal doing what they do best. We’ll have lathe turners and toymakers, and many other craftsmen and artist who work with wood.”
All the crafters will be set up in front of the Brown County Courthouse with easy access to all.
Not only will the finished products be available to see and purchase, but demonstrations will be held throughout the day.
“This event is free to the public and will also include great music by DJ John Bellamy and a silent auction which will be held at 2 p.m.” Myers said. “There will be great food and drinks available for purchase including the famous BBQ from Big “E”.”
For more information please call (937) 378-6769.

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